I am thankful for still having my vision and for the ophthalmologists at Lansing Ophthalmology
October 24, 2016
I found these unused eyedrops while going through cabinets, cupboards and crates as my wife and I clean up our house to put it up for sale. In the process, I found these leftover drops tucked into a little blue bag that they gave me after one of several eye surgeries in 2013. It was during that challenging year that I learned a lot about the amazing design of the eye and how it's connected to the brain.
At the same time, I got to know a lot of ophthalmologists and their assistants who have nerves of steel and who can pinpoint nuances in the behavior of your eyes.
A key part of my recovery and ongoing treatment are eyedrops. Some worked and some didn't. They helped me recover from surgery for a lens in my right eye that wouldn't stay in place and had to be replaced or repositioned several times. They have also been key in managing the pressure of my chronic open angle glaucoma.
The above picture shows the extra drops that I had and have expired.